Showing posts with label weather. Show all posts
Showing posts with label weather. Show all posts

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Unthinkable Destruction

Vast swathes of the eastern seaboard found themselves under water
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All is fair when calamity strikes.

Barely a week before the most anticipated US Presidential election, Superstorm Sandy caused wreckage that devastated US  populace, specifically those who live within New York and New Jersey. This brought me to the memories of Sendong last year. Going through calamities wasn't easy especially if you are severely affected. The stress it may caused you won't be compensated by the relief goods that you will receive. Indeed, such experience was so devastating.

The land of milk and honey was not spared from Mother Nature's wrath. I just hope the said destruction has nothing to do with the so called eco-biological something that is manipulated by those who knew much about it. I just heard about it relating to what happened to Japan more than a year ago wherein a scientific methodology/processes was done to manipulate the abnormal weather condition that may cause massive destruction. Well, you can actually research more about it if you are interested.

I do not know what lies ahead for US. Will the people be governed with a new President or Obama will still prevail. Whoever wins, I could only hope that the President-elect will do something to restore the storm-battered country and will give hope to those who are severely affected and those who have lost a family to start anew.

After all, everything shall come to pass.

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Saturday, October 16, 2010

PhilStar Headline: Powerful typhoon nears (as of 12:00AM)

Weather forecaster Mario Palafox shows the position of typhoon Megi as it heads across the Pacific Ocean toward the Philippines on a TV monitor at the Pagasa office in Quezon City yesterday. BOY SANTOS
Yesterday, my boss asked me to research on news about an important issuance through the Philippine Star news dated October 14, 2010. However, I cannot access to their Archives unless I will register, and so I did. I was thankful then because having been registered, I can have a daily servings of fresh news through their news updates emailed to my account. 

This morning, I received my first automated email from them. I was glad because honestly I am not really updated with the news before unless I will watch news on television. Their headline for today's news is about the predicted powerful typhoon called "Bagyong Juan" (international name: MEGI) that may hit Northern Luzon and other neighboring provinces anytime this week. Such news was really alarming and worth to be spread out so that others may know.

I was thinking then of updating this blog with daily servings of major news or headliners from them.

Let us also pray that Typhoon Megi will have a change of course away from any landmarks in or outside the Philippines. We've been through a lot last year with Ondoy and Pepeng... Let us pray that Juan will not bring any destruction. God will listen.


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